New York’s secondary is a mess. Cornerback Dee Milliner may be done for the year. And Joe Benigno wants Wilson on the first bus out of town.
This disaster of a football team is depressing enough for me, but what does it say about all of you who are paying for the privilege of getting overly worked up every home game?
Don’t think for a minute that just because the old lion lost the battle, he is doomed to lose the war. These are Tom Coughlin’s Giants, after all.
With five straight losses and a short week coming up, the Jets are spiraling out of control. Next up: the archrival Patriots in Foxboro.
He’s still not much of a quarterback. But Sunday wasn’t all Geno Smith’s fault. Lay this one on a defense that couldn’t keep the heat on Peyton Manning — and paid the price.
Week 6 of the season provided a lot of upsets (Bye, Seattle) and included many big performances not just by an individual but by teams as well. Here are the top four biggest performances from Week 6 of the NFL.
Giants safety Antrel Rolle speaks from the heart. It’s a trait that has turned his weekly appearances on WFAN into appointment radio. But Jeremy Maclin has heard enough.
Denver over Jacksonville may have been the clear-cut choice of many knockout pool players, but count me as one Jets fan who could see Sunday’s exasperating 19-6 home loss to Pittsburgh coming from a mile away.
For all that went wrong, some of Smith’s problems were the fault of the coaching staff. Rex Ryan and Marty Mornhinweg called a conservative game, so much so that they hamstrung the rookie from what he does best.
Forget about it. The mission no longer is about saving New York’s playoff hopes, it’s about finding out which pieces need to be part of the new foundation.
Ask Cotchery if Sunday will serve as a homecoming of sorts when he and the rest of the Steelers play at the Meadowlands and Cotchery just shakes his head. “I’ve been adopted by the Steelers, man,” he says.
Thursday’s loss in Chicago dropped Big Blue to 0-6, their worst start since the sorry season of 1976. And now some are banging the drum for New York to sit the two-time Super Bowl MVP.
The Giants were moving the ball, driving for the potential winning score when Eli Manning got picked off one final time. And the losing streak continues.
First we got to hear ‘Boomer’s Fantasy’ with regards to Week 6 of the fantasy football season, as the Booms shared a couple of notable players you might want to get on your squad ASAP…
Most folks in the Tri-State area would say the Giants have no shot to make the playoffs after an 0-5 start. We say “most” because there’s a group that won’t give up just yet — the guys in the locker room.